Okay … So on Windows 7 sometimes after installing WAMP you have an issue starting the WAMP Server. This is caused by port 80 using used by IIS. So to change the Apache port for WAMP complete the following:
This solution is really helpful to use both IIS and WAMP server.
So come across a site and you’re interested in what technology, language is used?
I use https://builtwith.com/ provides a simple background check of the site includes CMS used, languages, widgets and technologies. Pretty cool if you just want a quick scan of what’s happening on the backend of the site.
Happy building …
Most of the time when we are working with a Joomla site we tend to switch off the display of the Created, Last Updated, Category and other info which can be displayed as it’s just not necessary. Every now and again, however, we display the creation date, for example if we are using the Article Manager to display news items and want their associated dates to be shown.
What you might have noticed is that if you choose to display any of these items you’ll get the word Details appearing just above them and whilst there may be times that this is retained, nine times out of ten for us we would rather remove it. Whilst this can be done by just creating a template override and removing the line which contains the COM_CONTENT_ARTICLE_INFO variable, there’s an easier and non-technical way to go about it using Joomla 2.5’s Language Manager.
This will create a language override which gets rids of that Details word from displaying quickly and easily and without the need for any template overrides!